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and the allegations…

and the allegations…all those are baseless.

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The Germany international lashed high into the net from inside the area to level in the 87th minute after Raphael Varane had restored Real’s advantage in the 68th. Bhuse said he was not aware of declaring assets and liabilities every year. it has been delayed. The first phase will involve land reclamation and making the area ready for construction. through the film,When the victim came to her senses, During the resumed hearing, The attacks were revenge for the 1988 attack on the mosque in UP. Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is a top Lashkar leader and its military commander who is in a Rawalpindi jail for the 26/11 Mumbai attack Muzammil is also believed to be a commander in the terrorist group Cleggs letter assumes significance as the home ministry had sought a report from the NIA last month after Congress leader Digvijaya Singh asked Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde to clear the air on the controversy The NIA reportedly told the MHA that Headley had not mentioned Ishrat in his official confession An NIA team had gone to the US in 2010 where they were given access to Headley Last monthShinde had refused to share any information provided by the FBI on this subject citing a non-disclosure agreement between the US agency and the NIA The IB has claimed that Headley had told the NIA team that Lakhvi had told him in 2005 about the failed operation involving Ishrat and the three men who were killed with her in 2004 For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 24 2017 4:43 pm Parthiv Patel criticised the poor standards of umpiring in domestic cricket (Source: PTI) Top News Gujarat captain Parthiv Patel praised the match-wining career-best double century of rival stumper Wridhiman Saha for Rest of India in the Irani Cup game that ended here today while also mentioning the poor standards of umpiring in domestic cricket “He (Saha) took his chances really well That was obviously the right approach because if they had tried to defend they would have struggled It was the right approach and it clicked well for them” said Parthiv of Saha’s brilliant counter-attacking 203 not out Saha and Rest captain Cheteshwar Pujara (116 not out) stitched a triple century stand the second highest ever in the tournament history as Rest comfortably chased the target of 379 set by Gujarat and won by six wickets with more than two sessions to spare on the fifth and last day of the match “We would have liked him to play with a defensive approach but he took his chances and we were thinking that one might pop up and we will get a wicket But everything went his way” added Parthiv who is currently Saha’s closest rival for a spot as wicket keeper in Tests On umpiring of which he got the rough end of the stick in the Gujarat second innings Parthiv said “I obviously cannot talk anything about my decision but overall it is very unfortunate to see that there are a few guys who are making so many mistakes and you see them in big games “It’s unfortunate to see guys who keep on making mistakes and you see them going on (officiating) in big games like a semi-final final and Irani Cup “We do speak to the president (of BCCI) or whenever there’s a captain’s conclave Or even if we feel like we can address it straight to others in the BCCI” he added Recalling the successful domestic season that saw Gujarat win the Ranji Trophy for the first ever time Parthiv said the team has seen some top drawer stuff like openers Priyank Panchal and Samit Gohil scoring more than 1000 runs apiece “When the season started if someone would have said that we will be the champions and we will play the Irani Trophy we would have taken it with both hands We have seen some outstanding performances Priyank getting 1300 runs; Samit got thousand runs and a world record “But the ultimate result is winning the Ranji Trophy and we have achieved that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Nihal Koshie Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: August 31 2016 1:11 pm Four year ban also rules out Narsingh Yadav from the next Olympic Games at Tokuo (Source: File) Related News BARELY 12 hours before his scheduled bout at the Rio Olympics India’s Narsingh Yadav was handed a four-year ban by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on a doping charge The court’s ruling overturned the decision by India’s National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) to exonerate the wrestler due to the possibility of “sabotage” in his food or drink allegedly being spiked leading to two failed dope tests Following the CAS ruling the 26-year-old has been asked to leave the Games Village The ban which came into force from August 18 also rules out Yadav from the next Olympic Games at Tokyo from July 24 to August 9 in 2020 For the moment though India is left without any representation in a category in which it boasts of an Olympic medallist and a world championship medallist Neither Sushil Kumar who won bronze in London nor Narsingh a bronze-winner at the Worlds is available to compete for a medal in the 74-kg category largely due to the Wrestling Federation of India’s (WFI) selection policies Not satisfied with NADA’s decision to exonerate Narsingh the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) had filed an urgent appeal with CAS’s ad-hoc division set up especially for the Rio Games to fast-track cases According to WADA rules all first-time offenders are banned for four years WATCH: After Narsingh Yadav Dope Controversy CCTV Cameras In All SAI Regional Centres Thursday’s hearing lasted for four hours before CAS found no merit in Narsingh’s argument that he was “a victim of sabotage” The panel noted that there was no evidence to prove that Narsingh was not to blame and had no intention of taking the banned substance During the NADA hearing in Delhi Gaurang Kant the national agency’s lawyer had contended that the evidence put forward by Narsingh was contradictory In paragraph 17 of his affidavit Narsingh had stated that “some of my opponents had deliberately sabotaged the food that I was consuming” But in the paragraph he stated that the banned substance had entered his body after his amino acid drink was contaminated “Narsingh had failed to lead any evidence to establish how the substance had entered his body When a person is pleading sabotage that needs to be established by the preponderance of evidence As far as the evidence of Narsingh is concerned paragraphs 17 and 18 were contradictory to each other So if a person fails to establish in his own evidence as to how the substance had entered his body he cannot be given the advantage of the defence” Kant said Narsingh’s argument was based on article 104 of the WADA code which puts the onus on the athlete to establish that despite all due care he/she was sabotaged by a competitor Besides while Narsingh focused during the hearing on the likelihood of his drink being spiked during practice at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre in Sonepat either on June 23 or June 24 he could not establish who had done this or when Narsingh had mentioned that a junior wrestler Jitesh was spotted in the kitchen of SAI-Sonepat on June 5 while alleging that there was an attempt to contaminate his food but there is no mention of who contaminated his drink With the CAS ruling the WFI’s role in this saga has also come under the scanner A senior WFI functionary said they were not expecting an appeal by WADA even though it was routine for the world agency to appeal decisions where athletes are handed bans for less than the mandatory four years “We felt that even if they did appeal it would be heard by CAS after the Olympics We did not anticipate they would take up the case before Narsingh’s bout” the official said The WFI has also been changing its stand on the issue The federation’s president Brijbhushan Sharan Singh had told The Indian Express in 2015 that they would conduct selection trials before the Olympics to ensure the best wrestler represents India in Rio But this May he took a U-turn and insisted that trials were out of question leading two-time medallist Sushil Kumar to challenge the decision in high court During the initial part of the hearing WFI said Sushil was Narsingh’s back-up But when Narsingh was suspended for doping the WFI went ahead with Praveen Rana However Rana was later dropped in favour of Narsingh after he was given a go-ahead by the NADA panel Thursday’s decision by CAS ended not just Narsingh’s dream but also India’s ambitions to bid for another medal in wrestling For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shub Karman Dhaliwal | Chandigarh | Published: August 3 2016 7:52 am Students buying prospectus-cum-admission forms at MCM college in sector 36 in Chandigarh on June 03 2016 Express photo by Jasbir Malhi Top News With the beginning of the new session the students’ organisations have turned their focus on interaction with the new students and visiting them in classes to campaign Students Organization of India (SOI) the winning party of last year’s council elections is yet to announce its candidates for the upcoming elections State President Vicky Middhukhera says “We will announce our candidates very shortly as we are yet to finalise the list The response from the students is overwhelming as the students recoganise the change that our party has brought Our aim last year was to bring quality and credibility to the council and we have succeed in doing that and will continue to do so We have set examples for other partieswhen it comes to student welfare” The president of National Students Union Of India(NSUI) Manpreet Sandhu said “We want to bring transparency to the student council As any amount of money spent or taken should be brought to the public domain so that they are not kept in the dark It goes for the university overall as the various scam are coming to light transparent is need of the hour” Sandhu also feels the need to have a clean and green campus “During the time of elections you come to know a lot about the university itself and what struck me was the litter on the campus which brings a bad reputation to the name of Panjab University So clean and green campus is alsogoing to be our top priority” added Manpreet a student of the department of Russian studies “One thing I have realised is that the economically weaker section students are sidelined and not taken seriously by the society and authorities in general Our main focus will be development work for the students and will make sure that they get their due share on campus” said Gangan Chaudhry The rising incidents of violence are also a concern for the president of AkhilBhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) “A violence-free campus is what we aim Right now violence on the campus is pretty high which we need to curtail I will work on this so that the campus is safe and a non violent place” “Increase in student interactions on the campus is what we will focus on” Nirjog a student of the Department of Law and the President of Panjab University Student Union (PUSU) said “We want to make the campus more interactive and want a very student-friendly environment The focus should not only be academics but extra-curricular as well” said a student of the university Another student Mann feels the campus is only happening or active during the time of elections and puts on a deserted look after its completion “The majority of the students feel that the Panjab University becomes monotonous and boring after the elections So we want to engage the student in our decisions We are also planning to organise different activities in sports theater entertainment etc” The Indian National Student Organization (INSO) President Sanjay Sangwan said “Our top priority will be to resolve issues faced by the girls During my campaigning I felt the hostel accommodation for girls is very poor” “The girls should be provided with more comfortable accommodation and our party will work in that direction to improve the facilities in hostel” added Sanjay For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 13 2017 2:51 pm Angelo Mathews called their performance against Pakistan ‘pathetic’ (Source: Reuters) Related News Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews called their performance against Pakistan ‘pathetic’ and said that it would have been a different story if they had held the three catches Sri Lanka dropped three catches all off the bowling of Lasith Malinga allowing Pakistan to book an ICC Champions Trophy 2017 semifinal seat by three wickets Mathews said that their performance was again pathetic “Looking at today’s performance I thought we were pathetic once again If we had held those catches it would have been a different story today especially at very crucial times” he said He however said that his side has worked hard despite getting knocked out in the Group stage He said “Yes we dropped three catches but there has been a genuine effort from the boys and from the support staff We’ve expressed a lot about our fielding and we put a lot of energy on our fielding So yes there has been a genuine effort” With lack of other batting options Sri Lanka were forced to pick Dhananjaya de Silva “We had to play the extra batsman on this” he said “We had to play the seventh batter because we knew there was some grass on the wicket When you lose a game you can always say it was poor batting it was poor fielding and it was poor bowling but I thought it was kind of a funny wicket today Yes we were 30 40 runs short obviously but I’m really proud of the guys the way they came out and tried to defend that Unfortunately the fielding let us down” Praising Malinga Mathews said “He’s been a great servant for Sri Lanka cricket He’s been fantastic We saw the effort that he put in today as well It was unfortunate that we dropped his catches He would have been a different bowler but still he came out and gave his heart He is a champion” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News “We have urged police to provide necessary security, he said PCMC decided to go ahead with the drive after Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar gave a nod on Saturday For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 12 2012 3:03 am Related News Alarmed at the large number of accidents involving buses of Brihanmumbai Electric Supply & Transport (BEST) undertaking every monthits committee members on Wednesday suggested giving monthly incentives to drivers for accident-free records The suggestion was discussed while approving a payment for compensation amountstotalling Rs 4092 lakhfor 21 accident cases involving BEST buses from April 21-28as recommended by the Lok Adalats of Thane and Mumbai We end up paying nearly Rs 5 crore a year as compensation to families of those injured or dead in accidents involving BEST buses Insteadit would be wiser to spend on our own drivers to prevent such accidents? including the armed forces.

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